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    How the Sentence on Indigenous Peoples Got into the Johannesburg Political Declaration
    By Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, Executive Director, TEBTEBBA Foundation.
    The representatives of indigenous peoples met at Kimberly, South Africa for the "Indigenous Peoples' International Summit on Sustainable Development" from 19-23 August 2002. One of the objectives of this Summit was to come up with a strategy on how to influence the outcome of the World Summit on Sustainable Development. Victoria Tauli-Corpuz of Tebtebba gives a personal account of their success and provides an analysis on what this means for indigenous peoples.
    Tebtebba Foundation
      Pacific - South
    Tebtebba Foundation, the Indigenous Peoples' International Centre for Policy Research and Education, was established in 1996. Tebtebba, "discourse" from the Philippine indigenous Kankanaey dialect, is firmly committed to the recognition, protection and promotion of indigenous peoples' rights worldwide. Its advocacy work is aimed at influencing United Nations processes as they affect indigenous peoples rights; monitoring the World Trade Organization, the multilateral financial institutions like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and other multilateral bodies. Part of its capacity-building program includes holding trainings and workshops for indigenous leaders and providing consultancy services for indigenous peoples' organizations and movements.

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